My path to becoming an electrical and electronic engineer
I’m a highly motivated electronic engineer that loves digital and analogue design. My fast-learning nature has allowed me to explore diverse disciplines, but most of all get through imperial with excellent grades while still enjoying life. I love working in a team, where I can contribute and learn from colleagues with more experience.
Imperial College of London
Degree: MEng Electrical and Electronic
Engineering with Management
Core modules: Digital System Design, Embedded Systems, Analogue Integrated Circuits and Systems, Accounting, Business Strategy, Control Engineering
Current GPA: 73.2%, First Class
Awards: Dean’s List First Year
American College of Sofia
Emphasis: Physics, Mathematics, English and Geman
State exams: Mathematics – 6.00 out of 6.00; Physics – 5.90 out of 6.00
AP exams: Calculus BC – 5 out 5; Physics B – 5 out of 5
Overall GPA: 5.92 out of 6.00
Analogue IC Designer
Worked on an oscillator and successfully improved its accuracy, power consumption and silicon area.
Learned how to design robust ICs by testing the IPs over process variation, mismatch and temperature.
Became proficient in Cadence Virtuoso by making testbenches, designing and laying out circuits.
Improved my teamwork skills by presenting and documenting my work, and helping other engineers.
Digital and Analogue
Verilog and Quartus
Soft-core NIOS II
with VNA and MATLAB
Web Design and
Cadence Virtuoso, ASICs, FPGA, MatLab, Simulink, LTspice, Arduino, ESP32, Quartus Prime, Verilog, C++, AutoCAD, oscilloscope, multimeters
Teamwork, Microsoft Office, Team and Project Management, Brand Development, Bulgarian, German, Copywriting, Basic Accounting